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Riot Worthy rallies to take Aqueduct feature

Eddie Castro, Toby's Corner, Uncle Mo, John Velazquez

Jockey John Velazquez on Uncle Mo, right, has the lead coming down the stretch as Eddie Castro riding Toby’s Corner (2) starts to make during the Wood Memorial horse race at Aqueduct Racetrack Saturday, April 9, 2011, in New York. Toby’s Corner won the race. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)


NEW YORK -- Riot Worthy rallied to beat Uncle Southern by three-quarters of a length Wednesday in the $59,000 allowance feature for New York-bred fillies and mares at Aqueduct.

Manny Franco angled the 3-year-old five wide turning for home and she launched a sustained bid to earn her third win in 15 starts.

The time was 1:13.55 for the six furlongs.

Owned and trained by Charlton Baker, Riot Worthy paid $7, $4 and $3.10 as the 5-2 favorite.

Uncle Southern returned $4.60 and $2.40 and Pretty Enuff paid $4.40 to show.